Transitional Care Sub Acute Unit at Reading Hospital

Transitional Care Sub Acute Unit at Reading Hospital

Berks County, PA

Patients emerging from acute care benefit from our Transitional Care services. You may utilize Transitional Care if you are recovering from one of the following conditions: Cancer Cardiopulmonary conditions Generalized weakness Multiple trauma Neurological or neuromuscular disorders Orthopedic conditions, including joint repair or replacement Stroke or aneurysm Surgery Here we provide skilled medical and rehabilitation services that act as a transition between acute careMore 

Quality of Care

Levels of Care

Transitional Care Sub Acute Unit at Reading Hospital offers 2 types of care: Skilled Nursing / Long Term Care, and Rehab.

  • Independent Living
  • Assisted Living / Personal Care
  • Memory Care
  • Short Term / Respite Care
  • Skilled Nursing / Long Term Care
  • Adult Day Care
  • Rehab
What are levels of care?

Levels of care refer to how much assistance a person needs with health management, as well as activities of daily living. Activities of daily living are tasks like dressing, taking a bath or shower, using the restroom, and eating.

Additional considerations include whether the individual can take prescription medications or manage chronic conditions independently, or whether some assistance from a caregiver is needed.

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Services Offered

Transitional Care Sub Acute Unit at Reading Hospital offers 1 service: Post-Acute Care.

    Post-Acute Care

Medicare Ratings

Summary Measures
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State Average
National Average
Overall
5
3.1
3.2
Health Inspection
5
2.8
2.8
Staffing
5
2.9
3.2
Resident Care Quality Rating
5
3.7
3.7
Staffing
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State Average
National Average
Total Number of Licensed Nurse Staff Hours Per Resident Per Day
6.5
3.8
4.1
RN Hours Per Resident Per Day
3.7
0.82
0.89
LPN/LVN Hours Per Resident Per Day
0
0.87
0.85
Nurse Aide Hours Per Resident Per Day
2.8
2.1
2.5
Physical Therapist Hours Per Resident Per Day
0.72
0.10
0.10
Quality of Resident Care
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State Average
National Average
Short-Stay Quality of Resident Care
5
3.5
3.7
Long-Stay Quality of Resident Care
0
3.8
3.6
Penalties
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State Average
National Average
Number of Fines
0
1.3
1.4
Number of Payment Denials by Medicare
0
1.2
1.1

Contracts & Pricing

Payment Options
Private Payment, Medicare

Plan Types

  1. Daily Rates

Residents with Fee for Service or Rental contracts generally pay the market rate for assisted living/personal care, memory care, and skilled nursing services. These may be in addition to independent living monthly fees if the resident does not permanently relinquish their independent living accommodations.

Nursing Care
Memory Care
Personal Care
Semi-Private Room
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Private Room
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Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedroom
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Prices shown reflect minimum costs and may be out of date. Please contact the community directly for complete pricing details.

Living at Transitional Care Sub Acute Unit at Reading Hospital

Types of Units

Transitional Care Sub Acute Unit at Reading Hospital offers 0 types of units: .

  • Private Room
  • Semi-Private Room
  • Studio
  • One Bedroom Apt
  • Two Bedroom Apt
  • Cottage
  • Townhouse

Dining

No dining information found.

Religious Services

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Amenities

No amenity information found.

About Company

For Profit/Nonprofit
Non profit
Parent Organization
Tower Health
License Status
Regular

Affiliated Communities

No affiliated communities found.

Reviews of Transitional Care Sub Acute Unit at Reading Hospital
Average rating from 5 reviews:

  • Would never recommend them for any mental health needs. They don't care. They goal is to over medicate and sedate. Can't tell you much about my ER visit wish I could. Woke up in an unknown facility with bruises all over my body. Was told I was repeatedly given Ativan and Holdal along with benadryl.More 
    Logan Crossley · 3 weeks ago
  • Reading hospital is on par most of the time. Some of the ER staff are rude but they saved my fiances life when his appendix burst. They had him rushed into emergency surgery and took good care of him.
    Jodi Keyes · 5 months ago
  • They were very good
    Nancy Schoen · a year ago
  • Not happy at all too long wait
    Iqbal Nazari · 10 months ago
  • Waiting in the ER for five hours and still haven’t been seen yet. Awful.
    Tiffany Dunn · a year ago